The Castle Rock Senior Activity Center is located at 2323 Woodlands Blvd. Castle Rock, CO. 80104
Phone #: 303-688-9498
FAX # 303-814-1035
Monday – Friday 8:30am – 4:00pm
We are closed on the following Holidays:
New Year’s Day
Martin Luther King Day
4th of July
Thanksgiving and the day after
Christmas Eve and Christmas Day
*We are closed one week each year in August for the Rec Center annual Maintenance. Dates vary.
• You can call the main desk for a voice message @ 303-688-9498
• Watch 9NEWS, CBS4 and Fox 31, for scrolling updates at the bottom of your TV screen
• Check the homepage on our website as we will post a pop-up at www.castlerockseniorcenter.org
• Like us on Facebook
We try to have these announcements in place by 7:00am, and/or will update throughout the day as needed.
- Please see our website at castlerockseniorcenter.org or call the Front Desk at 303-688-9498 with questions.
- Join us for a Newcomer Orientation Meeting. At 9:30 AM on the 2nd Tuesday of the month, new or prospective members can come to a 1-hour meeting to find out all about the Senior Center, along with how to get involved and to make the most of their time here as members. It’s also a chance to get questions answered and meet others who are new. People can stay for VOA lunch after the meeting, if they desire and are already signed up. Please call the front desk at 303-688-9498 to register.
Please see our Services tab for more information.
Transportation Program: This program is intended to serve senior and disabled persons in Castle Rock, Castle Pines, Franktown, Sedalia, Larkspur, Perry Park and Louviers, for center members or non-members.
Riders must be registered to use this service.
Meals on Wheels Program: The Senior Center runs the Meals on Wheels Program for Douglas County.
Hot Lunch Program – through Volunteers of America (VOA): It is served at 11:30 am on Tuesdays & Thursdays and is a full nutritious meal, with the main course listed on our monthly calendar.
Visiting Nurses / Foot Care Clinic
Sit and Be Fit
Lunch and Learn
Matter of Balance Classes
Mind Fit Classes
Please see our Programs tab for more information.
Meals: Coffee and Conversation, Dining to Donate, Hot Lunch, Potlucks and other luncheons, Trips to Restaurants.
General Interest: Computer and Cell Phone Assistance, Financial Services, Garden Club, Legal Presentations, Library, Remembering our Veterans, Sit & Be Fit Classes.
Special Interest: Book Club, Creative Writing, Current Events, Knitting and Crocheting, Low Vision Support Group, Trivia Group.
Classes and Programs: Active Minds, Discovery Hour, Drama Workshop, Learn a Craft Class, Movie & Popcorn, SeniorzArt Classes, Tai Chi for Arthritis, AARP Driver Training Class.
Sports / Athletics: Bowling League, Golf League, Hiking, Softball Leagues.
Game Time: Afternoon of Games, Bingo, Bridge Groups, Bunco, Polish Poker.
Types of Trips to Places outside the Center: Bucket List Trips, Casino Trips, Free Seniors’ Council Meeting Presentations, Mystery Trips, Organized Tour Trips, Overnight Trips, Shopping Trips, Theater or Concert Trips.
Please see our Membership page under the About tab.
The Membership Fee is $36 per year, on a rolling membership so renewal will be in the same month the following year.
We are open to people 50+ and have a wide range of diverse programming.
We exceeded the 1,000 member mark in 2017.
Becoming a member offers you a variety of benefits, including being able to participate in all activities at the center at a reduced Activity Fee rate. You can receive our monthly newsletter by mail or email. You are also able to use our copier, fax machine, paper shredder and Notary Services at a suggested contribution. Be sure to stop at the front desk to have a picture ID taken to use for checking in when you are here to visit. We are a Membership/Board organization. As a member, your vote is important to having your voice heard. We have a general meeting every November where elections are held.
Non-members are always welcome as well! If you are not a member and attending any outing, after you register, you will also need to complete a Guest Waiver.
Please see our Newsletter tab for more information.
Yes, we issue a monthly “Rockin’ Seniors Newsletter”. They are available on our website or you may pick one up at the Senior Center.
Members may request to have our newsletters mailed to them.
When items are found or turned in, we keep them in a basket at the front desk. Please call 303-688-9498 or stop by the front desk to see if we have what you are looking for.
We have a lending program to borrow equipment on a temporary basis, such as wheelchairs, bath chairs, walkers, canes and crutches. We have a limited supply and these vary daily. Please stop by the front desk or call 303-688-9498 to check availability.
Please see the Volunteer tab for more information.
Volunteer and make a difference in the lives of seniors in your community. There are a variety of opportunities available.
File of Life = $1
Five Wishes Booklets = $1
Greeting Cards = 2 for $1
Notary Services = Members $3
Boutique = We have various craft items, made by our seniors, available for sale for your gift giving occasions.
Please see our Support Tab for more information.
We always need Volunteers!
Make a Donation: We accept monetary donations at any time, and these can be designated for a specific purpose upon request. Donations are accepted in person with cash, check or credit card, or donate online.
Support our On-going Fundraisers:
Burger King receipts, King Soopers reloadable gift cards, MotoSpa wash certificates.
Donations of items accepted – Craft items, books and misc. household items.
Dining to Donate, Castle Rock Craft Show Extraordinaire, Annual Golf Tournament, Loving the Second Half Matching Gift Challenge, Outlets at Castle Rock Shopping Extravaganza, Castle Rock’s Ducky Derby, Quilt Raffle, etc.